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Deaths; murder and manslaughter, crime scene in The Netherlands, 1996-2018

Persons died as a result of murder or manslaughter by location and method crime scene located in the Netherlands (residents or non-residents)

Figures

Fewer minors suspected of crimes

In 2011 372 thousand crime suspects were registered. That was nearly 3 percent less than the year before.

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Asylum & integration 2022 – Cohort study asylum seekers and status holders

Annual study of register data on reception and integration of asylum migrants arriving in the Netherlands since 2014, 2014-2021

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Adult suspect

Someone who was aged 18 and over at the time he/she committed a crime.

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More than 200 thousand victims of skimming or phishing

Last year, 1.5 percent in the Dutch population aged 15 years and older (more than 200 thousand individuals) fell victim to identity fraud while using ticket machines, cash dispensers or browsing the...

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Most crimes not reported to the police

Most crimes experienced by the Dutch population are not reported to the police. Victims report only about a third of offences to the police and only a quarter are actually officially recorded.

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Extradition

Deportation from the Netherlands to hand someone over to the authorities of another country because he/she committed a crime.

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Acquittal

Verdict by a judge who feels there is no proof that the suspect committed the crime he/she was charged with by the public prosecutor.

Other
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Data alliance between CBS and National Rapporteur on Trafficking

Human trafficking and sexual violence against children are extremely serious crimes that have disruptive effects on the lives and well-being of victims.

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Sharp drop in traditional crime

In 2020, registered crime was down by 2 percent on the previous year. Certain types of traditional crime in particular, including pickpocketing (-47 percent), domestic burglary (-23 percent) and...

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External causes of death

Survey on deaths caused by murder and manslaughter, suicide and accidents

Other

Police

Government body responsible for enforcing legal order, combatting crime and unsafety, including detecting punishable acts, and providing assistance to those who require it.

Other

Detention on remand

Detention in a detention centre before the court hearings start. This is generally applied to suspects of serious crimes, punishable by at least four years in jail, or when there is a security risk...

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Further drop in registered crime and suspect rates

The crime rate has fallen since 2007: fewer registrations, suspects, criminal court cases and victims.

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Under age suspect

Someone who was under 18 at the time he/she committed a crime. Simpler kinds of criminal behaviour are often dealt with in HALT programs. Nobody under the age of 12 can be prosecuted.

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Fewer young crime suspects

In 2012, 66 thousand young people in the age category 12-24 were arrested on suspicion of having committed at least one criminal offence, i.e. a reduction by nearly one third relative to 2007. The...

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Detained under a hospital order

Measure in criminal justice where the judge orders that a crime suspect who has mental or physical problems must be treated or counselled or nursed in an appropriate facility outside the prison...

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